"Coup D'Etat is a thriller so realistic that the events could have been taken from a futuristic newspaper reporting of a doomsday scenario.
Omar El-Kayali, a radical cleric has been elected president of Pakistan benefiting from millions of dollars from militant Aswan Fortuna. Fortuna hopes that with his puppet in Pakistan and with he radical President of Iran, the countries would unite and work together against Israel, the United States or India.
Dewey Andreas last seen in "Down Under, is in Australia. He wants to have a normal life after killing Fortuna's son because of a terrorist attack led by him Now there are teams of killers looking for Dewey for revenge.
In the land between India and Pakistan, a minor incident between two Pakistanian soldiers and the residents of a small village quickly escalates into a conflict with India.
The situation quickly spirals out of control and India seems more than ready and willing to respond to Pakistan's attack.
U.S. fears that if India retaliated with their nuclear weapons, they could obliterate Pakistan but then China would enter the battle and the U.S. would have to step in to defend their ally, India.
There seems no viable solution until one of the strategists recommends a coup d'etat and Dewey is selected to carry it out with a small team of associates.
There is mounting suspense throughout this wonderful story and it had me leaving other tasks to return to the boo and see how the story was progressing.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story and highly recommend it to those looking for a nonstop story with a heroic character who the reader will sympathize with and admire for his skill and determination.
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Michael A.Draper is a financial planner with Mass Mutual in North Haven, CT. Married to Diana for 47 years, one son and daughter-in-law and two lovely granddaughters. … more
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